technetronic

tech·ne·tron·ic

 (tĕk′nĭ-trŏn′ĭk)
adj.
Relating to or involving both technology and electronics: the technetronic era; our technetronic society.

technetronic

(ˌtɛknɪˈtrɒnɪk)
adj
(Electronics) relating to or characterized by advances in technology and electronics

tech•ne•tron•ic

(ˌtɛk nɪˈtrɒn ɪk)

adj.
pertaining to or characterized by social, economic, and other changes brought about by advances in technology, electronics, and communications: a technetronic era.
[coinage based on technology and electronic]
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Among Brzezinski's ideas that caught Rockefeller's attention were those outlined in his 1970 book Between Two Ages: Americas Role in the Technetronic Era.
Eventually, though, Wood concluded that the NIEO--an idea regularly promoted by the UN, even using the same term--was a re-branding of the older movement for "technocracy." In fact, Brzezinski's 1970s book, which purports to deal with "America's Role in the Technetronic Era," makes that clear.
Between two ages: America's role in the technetronic era.
Drucker "bilgi toplumu" (knowledge society), Paul Holmes "kisisel hizmet toplumu" (the personal service society), Ralf Dahrendorf "hizmet-sinifitoplum" (service class society), Zbigniew Brzezinski "teknotratik cag" (the technetronic era), ve Yoneji Masuda ise "enformasyon toplumu" (information society) olarak adlandirmaktadir (Bell,1973; Drucker,1994; Masuda,1980; Kumar ve Masuda'dan aktaran Bozkurt,1997:20-21).
This altered consciousness is due in large part, Warren believes, to an unmitigated faith in technology that is driving democracy towards "what Zbig niew Brzezinski calls the 'Technetronic Age'" (D&P, p.
Both the title of the poem and its first section, "Explosion: Sequence and Simultaneity," announce the historical event that marks the dawn of the "Technetronic Age." (8) The most significant effect of section one, how ever, derives not from the information its list of times provides but from what that list leaves out.
Viewed within a tradition explored by poets such as Randall Jarrell in "The Death of the Ball-Turret Gunner" and Richard Eberhart in "The Fury of Aerial Bombardment," "New Dawn" suggests that players in the tragedy of the "Technetronic Age" either never awake to the universal ramifications of nuclear war, or, if they do awaken, only feel the pangs of self-pity.
The protests reflected the "baby boomers"' alienation from their "technetronic" society (p.
Their irreverence not only toward New Critical standards but toward all highfalutin poetic pronouncements and political agendas distinguishes them from the more programmatic antiformalists, and their free forms, which manage without the mystifications of nostalgic organicism and technetronic iconoclasm alike, have proven widely influential.
Both the title of the poem and its first section, "Explosion: Sequence and Simultaneity," announce the historical event that marks the dawn of the "Technetronic Age."(8) The most significant effect of section one, however, derives not from the information its list of times provides but from what that list leaves out.
(4) Zbigniew Brzezinski, "America, in the Technetronic, Age," Encounter, (January 1968), 16.
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